Politically Wrong With Parker Wong
***This Is A Work Of Satire, But All The Quotes Are Real***
A politician is defined as, “a person who acts in a manipulative and devious way, typically to gain advancement within an organization.”
I didn’t just magically pull that definition out of my butt, that is the dictionary talking. We have had our fair share of “politicians” throughout the years, yet now in this 2016 election period, we have found the poster child for that definition. I would like all of you to meet Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Like any snake, Hillary has slithered her way up the political ladder, and she’s been doing it since 1983 when she was the First Lady of Arkansas. Now 33 years later she has gone from First Lady to Secretary Of State to now running for the President Of The United States. It has never been brought to light all of Hillary’s extracurricular activities, although she must have been doing something productive while President Clinton was busy doing his “extracurricular” activities.
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Now she is almost halfway to obtaining all the delegates needed to win the nomination, a little less than 700 delegates in the lead of Bernie Sanders. So we thought we would invite her in to see if she would continue to avoid, I mean, answer some questions.
Here is the transcript from a section of the interview:
WONG: During your term as Secretary of State, you traveled more miles and hours than any other in our nation’s history. Yet with modern technology, it is possible and globally accepted to have face to face communications with someone over phone or video links. Do you feel you have wasted our Government’s money, time, and resources, to give yourself free vacations under the umbrella of doing Foreign Policy work?
CLINTON: “When it comes to foreign policy, it is important to remember that politics stops at the water’s edge.”
WONG: Are you saying it is impossible to gain agreements and move forward with Foreign Policy without traveling to the location, because staying inside the state’s forces you to follow rules and political procedures?
CLINTON: “We used to say in the White House that if a place is too dangerous, too small or too poor, send the First Lady.”
WONG: I’m not surprised that you avoided answering the question, but with your history of breaking the rules and procedures of politics; I’m specifically referring to your current problems with using your personal email account to communicate classified information, would it be that big of a shock if you were using the taxpayers money to send yourself on vacations?
As you can see Hillary was anything but straightforward and honest with us during our interview. What was that definition again? A person who acts in a manipulative and devious way? Well Hillary, if you are trying to a stereotypical politician you have just hit the nail on the head.
If you have ever interviewed Hillary Clinton my heart goes out to you, she is as charming as she is manipulating. Her way of turning a phrase is almost inspiring. One response she gave to me during our interview made me question her motives even more.
A section from our interview:
WONG: People have called and referred to you as both a statesman and a politician, what do you think the main difference between the two is?
CLINTON: “The difference between a politician and a statesman is that a politician thinks about the next election while the statesman thinks about the next generation.”
To me, that raised some questions. Again the definition of a statesman is, “usually a politician, diplomat or other notable public figure who has had a long and respected career at the national or international level.” Based on Hillary’s credentials alone, because God knows we can’t take her at her word, she would be a stateswoman (if we are being politically correct). Yet from that definition, shouldn’t a statesman be “better” than a politician? It is someone with experience and wisdom who is respected. Now, we certainly know that Hillary isn’t respected, and from her sideshow antics, we know she doesn’t have wisdom. Yet how can she explain the two like that.
We need someone in office who thinks about the next generation, if Obama had thought about the next generation maybe he would have been more conscious about the national debt and not taken so many vacations to Cuba to learn how to dance.
It is clear that Hillary is a politician, not only from the dictionaries definition but from her own as well.
Of course, I couldn’t not ask Hillary about her recent troubles with her private email account. She has been able to squeeze past any kind of indictment in the entire situation, she was even able to keep her email account private for a long period of time.
Look at what she answered to my question:
WONG: Recently you have been the talk of a lot of controversies because of your private email account. What do you say to people who have questioned your ability to be a leader due to your lack of honesty and responsibility with classified material.
CLINTON: “Recently in Washington, unfortunately, we have seen examples of the wrong kind of leadership — when politicians choose scorched earth over common ground when they operate in what I call the ‘evidence-free zone,’ with ideology trumping everything else.”
How ironic is that? That Hillary would trash talk the “evidence-free zone” when she herself was withholding her private email account from being evidence.
Hillary is nothing more than a broken traffic light constantly switching orders and directions of traffic. In my interview with her, she was unable to follow any form of logical conversation, she waffled her policies and ideals, much like she has done in the public’s eye.
America has been founded on Democracy, which sometimes can be a negative, especially when we get people blindly believing in the deception of true “politicians”. It will be interesting to see just how far Hillary will get in these 2016 elections. Although her silver politicians tongue is sure to get her to the front line of the battle. But will it be enough to win?
Parker Wong(born October 28th, 1983) is an American conservative political commentator. Has been and continues to be a part of many political organizations such as ACLU, Lions Club International, NRA, CSAmerica, as well as many others. Has been known to rally and advocate for and against LLCR, PRA, Grassroots Leadership, as well as many others. His brash tactics and straightforward temperament makes him well known in the political field. He now has turned to the internet to spread his views on politics and the way that America used to be, and should be.